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  • Saturday, September 23rd from 7:30pm-10:00pm on the stadium practice field.  Our theme for all things Homecoming is Turn it up Tritons.  The dance/carnival will be a little different again this year.  First, it will be outside.  Second, it will include carnival rides (3 this year including a giant slide), games and food.  You won't want to miss it.  
  • Tickets go on sale August 28th in the Activities Office. Ticket sales end Thursday, September 21st at the end of lunch.  THERE WILL BE NO TICKET SALES AFTER the end of lunch on September 21st . Tickets can be purchased on our WEBSTORE anytime or in the Activities Office before school (7:45 am) at break and at lunch.  PLEASE NOTE, THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE IS NEVER OPEN AFTER SCHOOL.
  • Ticket prices:  August 28th - September 10th at midnight ($50 w/ASB; $60 w/out), September 11th - 17th at midnight ($60 w/ASB; $70 w/out, Sptember 18th - 21st at the end of lunch ($70 w/ASB; $80 w/out).  Please note tickets will not be sold after September 21st  at the end of lunch and students will not be admitted to the dance without a ticket  ABYSS CARD HOLDERS...Your Homecoming ticket is included in the ABYSS package so you do not need to purchase a ticket.  Not sure if you have an ABYSS card?  Check the says "The ABYSS card" on the bottom.   Please ALL guest tickets are $80 regardless of when they are purchased.
  • Make sure you have your current ID – it is your ticket into the dance.  All dance tickets are linked to an individual student’s ID card.  Tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable and not for resale.  
  • You must enter the dance by 8:30 pm or you will not be granted entry. 
  • You must remain at the dance until 9:00pm.
  • We will be breathalyzing all students at the entrance to the dance.  Any student testing positive for alcohol will be directed towards our Sheriff Deputies for further analysis.  We just want to make sure everyone is safe and we don’t have anyone who is driving to or from the dance under the influence.  This procedure serves as a deterrent to student drinking and empowers students with an additional tool to make the right choices.
  • Dancing Guidelines (applies on and off the dance floor): Inappropriate behavior and any form of moshing and/or crowd surfing will result in a student receiving a warning and possible "timeout".  A second warning will result in the student being asked to leave the event and will make him or her ineligible to attend all future dances for the remainder of the school year. Parents will be notified. 
  • Smart casual attire is required. Ladies may wear dress slacks and blouse or dresses, and gentlemen must wear dress shirt and dress slacks, coat and tie are optional. Shorts are not allowed. Dress code applies to school dances. Clothing that is too short and/or revealing is not permitted.  Costumes are not appropriate for this dance and you will not be allowed to enter wearing a costume.
  • You must wear shoes at all times!  Ladies, if your shoes are uncomfortable to dance in, bring sneakers or flip flops to change into. Coat check will not accept shoes unless you have another pair of shoes to wear during the dance.
  • Avoid lost items and theft.  Do not bring valuables or large amounts of money to the dance.
  • Students must be picked up no later than 10:30 pm.